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Monster Girl Quest is a pornographic Japanese RPG that has been translated to English by Rogue Translator, the reason for this article is because the series features angels and their angelic hierarchy. The series game, like several depictions within pop culture led by Zionists, features the angels as the main antagonist. About this template This template is used to identify a stub. It uses Template documentation[view] [edit] [history] [purge] Warning This template is used on 2,000,000+ pages. To avoid large-scale disruption and unnecessary server load, any changes to this template should first be tested in its /sandbox or /testcases subpages or in your own user subpage. The tested changes can then be added to this page in a single edit. Please consider discussing any changes on the talk page before implementing them. Lua logo Uses Lua: Module:Asbox Message box meta-templates template context Template:Ambox article Template:Cmbox category Template:Imbox image Template:Tmbox talk Template:Fmbox footer / header Template:Ombox other pages Template:Mbox auto-detect Template loop detected: Template:Asbox article stub Template:Dmbox disambiguation This is the Asbox ([A]rticle [s]tub [box]) metatemplate. It is the standard template used for creating new or updating existing article stub box templates. It supports virtually all stub template styles.

Contents [hide] 1 Usage 1.1 image 1.2 subject 1.3 qualifier 1.4 category 1.5 name 2 Full syntax 3 Parameters 3.1 icon or image 3.2 pix 3.3 subject and qualifier 3.4 Other parameters 4 Examples 4.1 Using image 4.2 Using icon and category1 5 WhatLinksHere 6 Navbar 7 TemplateData 8 See also Usage Template loop detected: Template:Asbox image Filename only and no prefix, e.g. "Image.png" (without quotemarks). Image will be sized at 40x30px.

subject Placed before the word "article" in the template (e.g. "biographical", producing "This biographical article is (...)").

qualifier Placed after the word "article" (e.g. "about a musician", producing "(...) article about a musician is (...)").

category Name only of category to which pages where this template used are added (e.g. "History stubs").

name Full name of the stub template itself (used for internal reference).

This simple usage should suffice for most stub templates. Additional parameters are described below for advanced use.

Full syntax Template loop detected: Template:Asbox Parameters icon or image If the image is called with an icon template, icon is set to the full syntax of the template; that's the name of the template, plus any arguments (separated with | ), including the Template:And around it. Icon can also be used to provide the full image markup (include the opening and closing square brackets), if special image settings such as "border" are to be used. If the image is called explicitly image is the name of the image :- pix will likely be required as well, the default value for pix is 40x30.

imagealt may be used to override the default alt text which is set to "Stub icon".

pix The size of the image in pixels (no need to append px). Only required if image is used and this image requires a size different from the default maximum of 40x30 pixels. (Note that in the interests of standardising the formats of stub messages, images of size 40x30 are much preferred.)

subject and qualifier This subject article qualifier is a stub ...

Examples:

This geography article about a place in Rohan is a stub ... This elementary physics article is a stub ... This article about Rudolph the Red-nosed reindeer is a stub ... Other parameters Parameter Description category The stub category the articles should go in. tempsort If exists the stub template [?] (and any other templates) will be put in its own category sorted as " " (space) followed by tempsort, otherwise it will be sorted with the value of " " (space) followed by the template name. category1 An optional second stub category the articles should go in. tempsort1 If exists the stub template [?] (and any other templates) will be put in its own category sorted as " " (space) followed by tempsort1, otherwise it will be sorted with the value of " " (space) followed by the template name. category# New (Jan 2015): Since the release of Asbox's module, this template now supports an unlimited number of categories. Just replace '#' with a number, e.g. |category2=Normal stubs, |category99=Over-categorized stubs, etc. Traditionally, category2 was the max, so please only use more than 3 if the additional categories are unique, i.e. not sub or parent categories of the others. tempsort# New (Jan 2015): Similar to the category params, you can have any number of tempsort params. note If exists the value [?] will be added, as a "small" note, to the stub template. name The full page name of the template itself. demo Has no effect in article space. Prevents category output. Set to anything to enable. (Even 'no' or 'false' will enable it!) New (Jan 2015): If demo is set, it will show pseudo-categories. If |demo=art then the pseudo-cats shown will only be those visible in article space (i.e. no error/hidden cats). Set |demo=doc to preview the documentation page as well (and all cats). See: Template:Asbox/testcases Examples Using image Based on Template:Østfold-geo-stub:

Template loop detected: Template:Asbox produces: Stub icon This Østfold location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Using icon and category1 Using icon allows more flexibility in some circumstances than image and pix, since it can be used with templates. Based on Template:Wales-footy-bio-stub:

Template loop detected: Template:Asbox produces: Flag of WalesSoccer icon This biographical article related to Welsh association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


WhatLinksHere The page here should have a complete list of all templates using this template. This list can be compared with existing list of stub templates to identify new stub templates created out of process. The last entries will also be the most recently created items.

Navbar This template contains...

Template:Navbar ...which allows the specification (with CSS) of the three stub-template links provided (see [1]). A side effect is that a non-existing talk page of the stub template may appear on Special:WantedPages.

TemplateData This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools. See the monthly error report for this template.

TemplateData for Asbox

Standard template used for creating new or updating existing article stub box templates.

Template parameters

Parameter Description Type Status Stub category category The category into which this stub template puts pages.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Page required Subject subject The subject of the stub template's category.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown suggested Qualifier qualifier The sub-subject of the stub template's category.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Icon image image Image to use as an icon in the template.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty File suggested Icon at text imagealt Alt text for the icon, especially for screen readers.

Default Stub icon Example empty Auto value empty Unknown suggested Icon size pix Size at which to display the icon.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Icon icon Icon to show in the template.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown suggested Page name article Different term instead of 'article' to use in the template.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Note note A small note about the stub shown underneath the main text.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Template name name The name of the template.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Secondary stub category category1 A secondary category into which this stub template puts pages.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Page optional Tertiary stub category category# A tertiary category into which this stub template puts pages.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Page optional Stub category sort prefix tempsort If set to a value other than 'no', a prefix for sorting pages in the category.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional Tertiary stub category sort prefix tempsort# If set to a value other than 'no', a prefix for sorting pages in the tertiary category.

Default empty Example empty Auto value empty Unknown optional See also Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Stub sorting/Archive11#Stub template standardisation There are seven metatemplates in the Module:Message box family:

Template:Ambox, for messageboxes on article pages. Template:Cmbox, for messageboxes on category pages. Template:Imbox, for messageboxes on file (image) pages. Template:Tmbox, for messageboxes on talk pages. Template:Fmbox, for header and footer messageboxes. Template:Ombox, for messageboxes on other types of page. Template:Mbox, for messageboxes that are used in different namespaces and change their presentation accordingly. Closely related metatemplates:

Template loop detected: Template:Asbox, for messageboxes in article stubs. Template:Dmbox, for messageboxes on disambiguation or set-index pages. Template:Ivmbox, a simple full-width box with default ivory background intended to frame important messages or notices. The above documentation is transcluded from Template:Asbox/doc. (edit | history) Editors can experiment in this template's sandbox (edit | diff) and testcases (edit) pages. Please add categories to the /doc subpage. Subpages of this template.

, which is a meta-template designed to ease the process of creating and maintaining stub templates.

Usage Typing Template loop detected: Template:Stub produces the message shown at the beginning, and adds the article to the following category:

Category:stubs (population: 113) Standard template used for sorting articles into stubs.

Template parameters

Parameter Description Type Status No parameters specified General information This is a stub template. A brief explanation of these templates follows; for full details please consult Wikipedia:Stub.

What is a stub? A stub is an article containing only a few sentences of text which is too short to provide encyclopedic coverage of a subject.

How is a stub identified? If possible, try to find the most appropriate stub template for the article. A full list can be found at Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting/List of stubs. More than one stub template may be used, if necessary, though no more than four should be used on any article. Place a stub template at the very end of the article, after the "External links" section, any navigation templates, and the category tags. As usual, templates are added by including their name inside double braces, e.g. Template loop detected: Template:Stub. Further information Further information can be found at:

Wikipedia:Stub Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting New stub templates and categories (collectively "stub types") should not be created without prior proposal at Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting/Proposals. This allows for the proper coordination of all stub types across Wikipedia, and for the checking of any new stub type for possible problems prior to its creation.

See also Template:Empty section – To flag an empty section as a stub section Template:Expand section – To flag sections selectively as incomplete Template:Data missing – To flag missing information or other data Template:PD-shape Wikipedia:Article assessment This documentation is automatically generated by Module:Asbox. The general information is transcluded from Template:Stub documentation.

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